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ItartJtt Steam Printing Home.
Tne Hersli Kua Printing House la
•MM aarpassed by any Job Printing offloe
•a the Paoifle Coast, outside or San Kran
, oion. la nullities for doing Job work
krw fileea. good work and expedition
atar be relied anon at tuts offlce.
San Francisco and Manufactories.
A few day* ago there were fully
tare* thousand empty houses in
BnaFreoelsoo. Indeed, a couple if
■snnthl ago, If our memory serves
as right, thsre were, aooordiug to a
Baa Franolsco paper, nearly six
thousand dwellings vacant there.
In some oasss a whole block could
be encountered which did not con
tala a single family. This was io
remarkable contrast to the old bo
•Mil days, whan lodgings were
eoeroely to bs had in the accessible
pactions of tho olty.
It is Tory likely that the Golden
Oats is again entering on a period
of febrile prosperity and develop,
■sent, arising from the promising
eoadltloa of the leading mines on
lhe Comstock lode. If the believers
Ia Sierra Nevada, Ophir, Mexican,
Union Consolidated, the bonanza
mines, Alta, Bullion and other
notable locations, are not mistaken,
we hare seen merely the first up
heavals of a movement which will
hardly spend its force until the
opening of spring, and which may
remit In tho laying bate of deposits
of geld and sliver which will again
dower San Franclseo with a largess
worthy of omnipotence itself.
We trust that if Ban Franolsco Is
Indeed to be the beneficiary of
striking mining developments she
Will make a better and more sa
gaoloua use of hsr sudden riches
than she did four yeara ago.
Barring a few mammoth hotels and
gsady theatres, there la little in
Ban Franolsco to day to show for a
treasure outpour unexampled in
any four years lv the world's his
tory. The visitor who passes some
weeks in Sau Francisco struggles
In vain, when he Is luformed that
three hundred thomanl Inhabi
tants are olalmed for her, to dis
•over how half that number can
make a living, especially when be
remembers that this enormous city
Is located in a State which only
•tntalns eight hundred thousand
pseple, and in a section whose total
papulation, loeludiug Nevada, is
■Ot a fourth of that of the State of
Hew York. And here comes In a
very pertinent truth.
Were San Fraucisco, as she ought
to be, a city of manufactures, she
it superbly placed t > commatii! a
market unsurpassed in deairahility
aad extent. Opposite to her is the
populous region of the world—Asia,
Australia and the thousand oilier
Islands of the Pacific, which are
dwarfed by that island-continent,
aa well as Mexioo, Central aud
South America,whieh are all easily
aeosssibls by steamer or sailing
reasel. But, lamentable t l say,
Han Fraucisco has not yet these
manufactures. Her people have
been ao immersed In stock gamb
ling and usury that they have had
neither time nor inclination to es
tablish Industries by which poor
men may e»ru a living. It is ow
ing entirely to this fact that a
Denis Kesrtiey has been possible.
Every manufactory In Bau Fran
olsoo could be taken to the sub
urbs of some £ intern citUs.dumped
thsre and no one who passed
through it the uext day could no-
Uee much change. It Is ,lbe men
who earn wages who are the solid
•nbatratum uf a city's prosperity.
The commerce of Sau Fraucisco is,
of courte, one of the wouders of the
warld, but a tremendous commerce
oaa be handled by a population of
•no hundred and fifty thousand
people. Tbe city of Philadelphia,
oi the other hand, whose popula
tion must now very closely ap
proach a million, has a compara
tively amall commerce, but she has
• variety and magnitude of manu
featuring establishments which,
With ber tremendous energy in
railway building, have been the
real sources of her exceptional
Fortunately the rates of interest
la California are becoming so mod
erate, as compared with the past,
that, If our capitalists were willing
to encourage manufactures, it is
now possible for ingenious me
Chaoies from the East to come here
and establish them on borrowed
money. We trust that this will
shortly be the case with Loi An
golas, also. There are many
branches of manufactures which
•MM even now be fouuded here
•nd we hope we shall soon be called
upon to chronicle their establish
Thb Star, the other Jay, hail
Mm* reflections upon the use of the
■tutorial "WO," From the Star's
rltwi th* practice of ail English
•peaking Journalists is a dissent
whtoh has continue i for centuries.
Slaee the days of the Spectator, hy
• tacit agreement, the plural uora
laatirs has been used by editorial
writes* in those conjunctions where
a personal reference If unavoidable.
OB the principle playfully asserted
ky Alexander Pope tbat "whatever
la le right" thle usage needs no de
feaee. It le principally opposed by
the eastern of French writers for
Km press, who sign their contribu
te*** with their full name. Tl c
Xaflieh and American custom
mtmw °* defended, or, rather, Juati
fled, on several grounds. First it Is
a sort of Impertinence iv a writer
to thrust his Individuality on tho
reader. His views are entirely
separable from his personality. If
they are characterized either by
wisdom or folly tbey are not ren
dered either more luminous or
more acceptable to the reader by
egotism. There is a "cribbed,
cabiued aud confined" egotism ami
self-assertion about the personal
pronoun "I " which does not ad
here to Che broad, jolly and all em
bracing "we." No reader whose
enjoyment or disrelish of an article
leads him to discover its author
ever has any difficulty iv doing so.
A standing rule In reputable jour
nals exacts tho nam 3 oi the author
of any articles which may be con
tributed to them from the outside,
so tbat no one who can establish a
right to be acquainted with tin
identity ot the writer ii ever de
nied the privilege.
There is one phase of the em
ployment of the pronoun "we,"
lometimca furnished by the eel'
iimns of tho Star itself, which has
always excited our interest. Our
respected friend Judge Peel is in
the habit of furnishing, ocotsioiit
ally, very valuable and readable
articles to that journal, of signing
them "B. L. Peel," and yet of uni
formly usiug iv the body of the
matter the "we" against which
tbe ■liar protests. Oenerally,
when a writer signs his full name
to a coutribution to tlie press, Ik
employs the singular nominative
We have been somewhat curloili
to know whether our contemporary
was taking au oblique wipe at iti
valued sontributor when penning
its critique at the plural nomi na
tive. The real cause of the use of
the plural by Judge Peel Is proba
bly habit. Having sat on the edi
torial tripoJ himself it haa become
second nature with him to plural
ize himself.
Speaker Randall paid a iiur
ried visit to Washiugtnu tlie otlier
day. While there he was inter
viewed a« to the outlook of tlie
Gubernatorial and Congressional
Canvass in Penney 1 vaui*. Ho ac
quitted Uiuaself of three gratifying
statements, viz., that Dill, the
Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor, would be elected, that tlie
Democracy would make large
gains In the Congressioual elec
tions; aod that (last but not leas))
his own reelection was sure be
yond a reasouable doubt. Samuel
J. Randall is Invaluable in the
House of Representatives. It is
Impossible to exaggerate the ser
vice he has been to the Democratic
party there in the long years dur
ing which the party mustered but
a corporal's guard. There were
years iv the House when, but for
the occasional presence of George
H. Pendleton, of Michael C. Kerr,
Fernando Wood, "Sunset" Cox,
and a few others, we should have
had no standing at all in the body
which peculiarly represents the
people. During those days lttndall
was a host in himself. He towered
up a very Saul in the dead-tlat of a
dispirited opposition. His couduct
duriug the Presidential count ami
bis ntMetlllne uud mournful pro
test against the consummated in
iquity will for lo;ig years appeal
irresistibly to the hearts of Demo
crats. He will uot ouly be re
elected to tbe House, but he will be
a third time elected the Speaker of
a body iv which he estimates the
Democratic majority at at least
thirty. If we are not mistaken,
but one Speaker of the House of
Representatives lias been ever
elected President of tlie United
States—James K. Polk. We are in
clined to think that it is one of the
probabilities that, at some not
very remote day, Samuel J. Ran
dall will take his plao in tlie Pres
idential niche as the second. How
ever that may be, It in good to
know that he has almost a boud
from fate that he will ugaiu pre
side in the House whose deliliera
Hons he has ruled so ably.
[Special to tlie llhiai.i. by tlie Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Pacific Coast News.
Caused bj Skenias SMaeajs,
San Francisco, Sept. 25th.—
Higgins & Coukling, the suspend
ed stock brokers, say that probably
no statement of their affairs will
be made before Monday next. Most
of their larger custouieis show 11
disposition to be liberal and give
them every reasonable chance to
resume. They attribute their sue
pension to shorting important
stocks and the failure to come up
on the part of customers.
Uralu Wnreii'.n** Burae,!.
Mission San Josk, Sept. 25th —
Curtner's warehouse at Warm
Spring Station, supposed to con
tain from six to ten thousand sacks
of grain, mostly belonging to
Waterraau 4 Co., of San Francisco,
was burned this morning about 1
o'clock. The tire is supposed to
have been the work of an incen
ratal, casualties.
Marysville, Sept. 25th. — Eu
geue, eldest bod of the late Patrick
O'Connor, of Sutter county, ageii
about 18 years, was instantly killed
this morning, about three miles
below Yuba City. While coming
to town oo a load of hay the wagon
capsized and threw him to the
ground, breaking his neok.
T. W. Kent, of the livery firm of
Kent & Percy, of this olty, was
thrown to the ground Inst evenluß
by tbe upsetting of a bupgy and
so severely injured that lie is not
expected to survive.
Tlie nieSaitosi itnerM.
Stockton, Sept. 25th.—Iu the
first race to-day, pacing, for a
purse of $400, the starters were
Nimrod, Dan Rice and Hiram
Tracy. Rice won the first heat in
2:21} und Nimrod the third nod
fourth in 2:23} ami 2:24}.
In ihe second racs, for a $300'
pin si', for horses owned in the (Un
met, lhe stutters were John Rock,
Mugdallab, Castoria, Henry H and
Lieutenant. Magdallah won iv
three straight heats. Time,2:42,
2 37}, 2:37. Henry H. got second
money and John Rock third.
Tlie three-year-old trotting race,
fur v purse of $250, was « on by Lv
Roche. Judge Terry got second
money, Firetail third. Snowbird
started, but was distanced for not
bringing in his weight.
Tlie races to morrow an the dis
trict race and the 2:30 v ass. In
the latter Col. Lewis and Graves
will probably come together.
Tbe Pt<l4iuius Kacee.
Petaluma, Sept, 25th.—The
races were called at 2 P. If. The
first wus a dash for all two-year
olds in ihe district, for a purse of
Sl5O. The entries were Judge
■Shafter's Una, Rioe'sMercede9 ami
Henry Williamson's Nellie Brown.
The two former were the only
starters. Mercedes, the favorite,
won tho race in 1:54.
The $400 purse, free to district
horses, waa coutesled for by Nellie
Patchen, Rustic aud Flora Shep
pard, selling in the pools in the or
der named. The principal trotting
iv the first heat was done by Patch
en, who came In Urst, but was put
second for running, Flora winning
tbe heat In 2:34}. The second heat
was won by Patchen, Flora second,
in 2:3 G. The third heat was won
by Patchen, Rustic a good second,
in 2:35}. The fourth heat wus won
by Patchen, Rustic second; time
Latest Eastern News.
llni ■ » ll.eh nt Ills l ii.l .
Washington, Sept. 25tb. —The
President returned this morning
from his western trip. He ex
presses himself much pleased with
his receptions, private and public,
aud is particularly gratified with
the evidences of prosperity and I lie
feeling of the people In favoi of
sound currency such as the admin
istration is seeking lo establish.
Soon after his return tlie President
was iv separate conference wilh
tlie members of the Cabinet.
Fever Murium?.
Memphis, Sept. 23.—From noon
yesterday to noon to-day, 45 deaths
have occurred, 25 of whicli were re
ported this morning. Tlie weather
grows warmer and will cause fur
ther spreading of the disease. The
only cheering signs noticed are the
daily increasing number of conval
escents who are seen on the streets.
New Orleans, Sept. 25 —Deaths
36; cases reported ion. Total deaths
2B08; total cases 8211.
Baton Rouge, Sept. 26.—Deaths
two, new cases 21, in the last 24
New Orleans, Sept. 25th.—Re
ports of the Board ol Health show
that the fever is spreading along
the line of St. Charles Avenue
Napoleon and is quite ha<l lv both
Carrolllon and the Third District.
Th" disease seems quite ns virulent
as previously.
Ulettsarlioeelt* MlrHi*lil Hem-,
critic Co., veil 111,tl
Boston, Sept. 25 —Gen. John S.
Whitney, who wus appointed
chairman, in his addre-s to the
delegates, said: No mob can inter
fere with your legislation; uo ruf
fian threats of blood shed and the
use of brute force can shapo or
in the slightest degree in
fluence your action; no such
mob as that which shut the doors
of Mechanics' Hall agaiust you at
Worcester will ever emanate from
the houorable Mayor of Boston.
Not yet arc all our cities and towns
so fur bull-dozed by the mob which
followed a self-nominated aspirant
to the Gubernatorial chair, iliat
the regular delegate to a State
Democratic Convention shall be
informed in writing that the mob
cannot be removed from the hall
pre-engaged by tlie regular Dem
ocratic State Committte.
J. G. Abbott was then nominated
fnrGoverdor by acclamation.
Tbe Committee on nominations
reported ihe remainder of the
ticket as follow-: For Lieutenant
Governor, Wm. R. Pluukett; Sec
retary of State, Henry C. Dewing;
Treasurer and Receiver, Gen.
David N. Skiiling; Auditor, John
E. Fitzgerald; Attorney-General,
Richard Olney.
lounrmtuaal Bloinlunllona.
Norwich, Conn., Sept. 25.—The
Greenabckeres of the Third Con
gressional District have nominated
Chas. W. Carter for Congress. The
Democrats endorsed the nomina
tion on a hard money platform.
The Greenbackers will reconvene
if he accepts the hard money plat
Dover, N. H., Sept. 25th.—The
Republicans have nominate!
Joshua G. Hall for Congress Irom
tbe First District.
Boston, Sept. 25 —Tlie Republi
cans of the Third Congressional
District have nominated Waldridge
A. Field for Congress.
Newark, N. J., Sept. 25.—The
Sixth District Republican Conven
ion has nominated John Blake for
Jamestown, N. V.. Sept. 23th.—
The Greenback Convention of the
Thirty-third Congressional district
his i hinted Silas Vinton.
New York Deinnersiie Couveutloaj.
Syracuse. Sept. 25.—The Demo
eratlc Slate Convention was called
to order soon after one o'clock to-
Jay, and A. P. L,aniug was made
temporary chairman.
Wew Haui|t»lilre Prwliiblllo.ilsi*.
Portsmouth, Sept. 25th.—The
irohibittoulsts have called a State
Convention at Nashua, October
sth, to nominate a full ticket.
Eaeeee uf Rellor Ballous,
New Orleans, Sept. 24th.—The
Relief Commltteedecided to-day to
return all unbroken packages to
the merchants who had advanoed
them and will distribute the re
mainder to parties whose requisi
tions have been approved, as far as
the rations will go. This will take
until to-morrow forenoon, there
being about 9,000 rations to dis
tribute, 5,000 of which were dis
tributed up to 4 o'clock p. m . to
day. If nothing is heard from the
Secretary of War by to-morrow,
the Committee will meet and ad
| journ sine die.
European Cable News.
London, Sept. 25. —It is reported
tbat Lord Cranbrook has been stiui
tnoued from Baltimore and Lord
Salisbury from Dieppe to meet
Lord Beacunsfleld and decide on
the response to the request of the
Indian Government for a proposi
tion to send an ultimatum toSheere
N» Evltlettee ».l ('<»Ma|>lri,ry,
Berlin, Sept. 25. —Alter a strict
investigation of tlie Hoedel and
Nobeling cases, no trace nf a con
spiracy could be discovered.
OeeiiliHllwu ol Umnln Cttiu|»leCril.
Vienna, Sept. 25th.—The Aua
trians have occupied Seworniek,
thus virtually completing the pa
cification of Bosnia.
Tlie Mllll-.Hoil iv lliiu,m}.
Vienna, Sept. 25th.-The Huu
;ariau radicals will hold a mass
meeting at Peslh on Sunday next
to protest against the occupation of
Bosnia. Deputies Helfy and
Slmei will read the resolutions to
be submitted lo tbe government
declaring tbat tbe occupation of
Bosnia will be fatal to Hungarian
interests. They will also protest
against the sacrifice of Hungarian
blood uud money against their
wishes, demand the withdrawal of
the troops from Bosnia and declare
their Intention to organize a move
ment to petition the Hungarian
Diet for the impeachment of tlie
Tisaea Cabinet. The agitation is
regarded as a party nianeuvre of
the small but turbulent minority,
since tlie election gave the govern
ment a large majority.
I'.,mies i» It >tialula,
. SFBAOUK, Kept; 25th.—The Dep
uties belonging to the old Czech
party who, for ilie put ten years,
have abstained from participating
lv the proceedings!)!' the Bohemian
Diet, yesterday took their seats
and declared Ihat, while adhering
to their former protests, they are
willing to make an effort to obtain
their cutis by conciliatory methods.
There may be a " land that is
fairer than this;" wo do not deny
It, we will not controvert the state
ment, but we'll bet a thousand dol
lars there is no laud where n hack
man can carry you a shorter ins
tance for more money.
As curious a .liquidation of an old
bill as any is that of the young
man of Shelbyville, Indiana, who
has hauled wood to pay Dr. Robins
for attending his mother, when he
was born, twenty years ago.
Six million bottles of hair re
storatives were sold in the United
States last year. It will hardly be
considered good manners to ask
your bald-headed friend how many
be got away with.
-011 •\JKJ KJ TURK under the
hammer, being on the eve of retiring
from active business, I offer my entire
stock in Warehouse on sPHINO ST.,
under Masonic Hail, commencing on
FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1878,
At 10 o'clock A. U, and continuing from
day lo day until the last dollur's worth
Ih sold. My stock consists of Full lled
rosm suit*-, Parlor bulls, Walnut-lrame
Wood and Oane-seat Chairs, Moras and
Lounges, Marble-top Center iatdes, ull
sizes, Uoiiole, Three-quarter and Mingle
spring Mattresses, Writing De*ks. Sew
ing Machines, cornice, Draperies, Mir
ror-*, and otlier articles too numerous to
mention. I doslre to say to the public
ihat i mean business Thu sale will be
positive, without reserve.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer. s26td
There will be an ruction sale of *n en
tire LlVEfcfcV HTOUK ot fine teams of
Onrittge Horses, Gentle Bug/y Horses,
Fine opsu and Top Huggies, One fine
four spring Wagon, with |,ole. Borne or
tlie buguies are of tbe lirewster side-bur
pattern. The above stock will be sold
without reserve on SATURDAY, Sept.
28th, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., in front of
Northcraft'N Auction Rooms, corner
Springamt Market streets.
Los Angeles, Sept. 25th. >20-21
For Sale, by Auction,
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1878,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. If.,
Hinde's International
PLANT, KEOS, TANKS und all the
rolling stuck attached to the premises
uocessaryfor the perfect running ol'the
business. Tin Brewery has a capauity ol'
'21 barrels per brewing, day and can be In
created If required. The rltting up of the
same Is new aud convenient lv every re
spect. The malting has a capscltv of no
hags to a steop; bus ft nne workiug fleor,
drying kiln and especially flue storage,
brtth for malt und barley. Tbe buildings
are situa ed oa town lots 46 and 47, are
entirely new, stable, out-buildlngs and
corral. The Brewery Is In full operation
aud the proprietor offers It torsalo solely
on account ol 111 health. The reoenlitls
eoverles ol silver and coal 111 IheHantiu
go mountains, near Anaheim, and the
Irrigating lacllUles In und near Anaheim
make thefaluro of Ibis place undoubted
ly good. This properly will belouud a
first-class Investment, not only for v
practical brewer, but for any one having
the means to buy on speculation. The
present proprietor will cheerfully remain
with lhe buyer long enough to make
him acquainted with the patrons
Terms—Two-thirds cash; one-third In
one year, at tea per cent per annum In
terest. Kor further nartlculars enquire
of THO*. V. HINDS', on premises, Ana
helm, Cat., or ol E. w". NOYES, Auc
tioneer, No. 1 Market street, Loa Augeies
.77 1,1 •_. trains wlil run dally ou
this road as follows:
LsSvs " 1 ~~
~B p . ~s!" iVm Leave Arrive In
Depot S P Depot s. Mnlca a. Mnloa
L AP«l|t U Angel's
J S A ;» ;; : « A. M. ||7.tOA.M. 110.30 AM.
.... K. HKWm\
oil If Acting Ati't Snp't.
Mortgage Sale.
A. R. I ....nils, I'lulntltl. varam I. Q. sea
man et al. Defendants.—Seventeenth
District Court.
Under and by virtue ol a decree ot
foreclosure and order of Bale, entered In
the Dlstrlot Court of the 17th Judicial
District or the State of California, In aad
lor the county of Los A'jgeles, ou the 24th
day of September, A. D. 1878, and a writ on
foreclosure of mortgage entered lv the
aforesaid District Court, annexed lo said
decree and dated tbo 56th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 18 8, In tl a above entitled case,
and lularvoror a. It. Laoinis, plaintiff,
aud against I. C. Seaman aud Ellen
seaman, bis wife, d fondants, a certified
copy of which said decree or foreclosure,
duly attested undor the seal of said
Court on tbe 25th day of September, Ai
D. 1878, aud delivered to me on
tbe same day, together wltb
tne writ annexed thereto, where
by I am commnnded to sell al
public nucllou, to lhe highest and best
bidder, for cash In U.s gold coin, tbe fol
lowlugandln suld decree described real
estate, to wit:
Situated in lbs city nnd county ol Los
Angelos, State of California, and known
as lots nine ttf) and twenty 120) tn block
tllty-one toll, of Oid's survey of tbecily
of UCM Angeles, ns subdivided and de
lineated ou a maptn:ido by Ucorge Han
sen aud li. Beebold on the 15th day of
October, 1872, whlcti map is recorded in
book number two (2) of miscellaneous
reaords of said court, said lotH having a
frontage of fifty (SU) feel on Spring street
and running thruugh to Fort street, ol
uniform width and frontage.
Also, all thst other piece or parcel of
land situate In fald city ol Los Angeles,
and bounded and described us loliows,
lo wit:
Commencing at the Intersection of the
north line of Washington and the west
lino o; Georgia streets, of Bell's Addi
tion, nnd i mining thence north along
said lineol Georgia street, oue hundre.i
andsevcnty-sl.x (170) feet; thence west
fifty (Ml feet; thence south 176 leel; thence
eustoO feet, to tbe place of beginning.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
OCTOBER, A. D. 1878,
At twelve o'clock Km 1 J?'" proceed
to no! 1, ul ttie Court uouse door,
iv the city and county of Los Angeles,
state of Caliiornia, at public auction to
,the highest and best bidder for cash in
itoldcolu of the United States, to isatis
fy suld decree for principal, interest,
attorneys* fees, costs and all Accruing
costs.all tho above described real estate.
Given under my hand, at the city aud
county of Los Angeles, California, this
26 day ol September, A. D. 1878.
By James C. Ka> s, Deputy. ne26-td
Sheriff's Sale.
J. 13. Book, Plaintiff, veisus V. W. Da.
visetal, Defendants— City Court, Los
Angeles City, Caliiornia.
Under uud by virtue of an execution,
issued out or tho City Court of Los An
geles City, county of Los Angeles, Htate
of Caliloruia, to me directed aud deliver
ed on the 2iLh day ot September, A. D.
1878, for a Judgment rendered in said
Court on the 20th day of September, A.l>.
1874, in favor of J. H. Book, plaintiff, and
against Chas. W. Davis andJ. It. Brieily,
de.endants.l have levied upon and shull
OCTOBER, A. D, 1878,
At 12 o'clock a., proceed to sell aj
the Court House door. In the city and
county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, at public auction, to tbe highest
and best bidder, for cash In V. S.
gold coin, to.satisfy said Judgment for
principal, costs und all accruing costs,all
the right, title and interest or thu above
named defendants in and to the follow
ing described real estate, to wit:
All tbat certain parcel or lot or land,
situate in the city and county of Los An
geles, State of Califarnla, more particu
larly described as follows, to wit:
Commencing on thu north tine of
Nichols' privato street, at or ..ear tlie
southeast corner ot lot one of block 3d,
Hancock's survey of 35 acre lots or Dona
tion lots; thence south SjU degrees east
21$ feet, more or less, to the western lino
of Pearl street; thence north 37J4 decrees
east along the western lino of Pearl
street 50H leet, more or less, to the south,
crn line of Tenth street; thence westerly
along the southern lino of Tenth street
312 feet, more or less, to a point; thence
south degrees west, following the
live fence 498% feet to point -Inning,
containing 1-12 acres, more or less; Ft
being the same land purchased by suld
Charles W. Dayiaof H. X, W. Bent, W. G.
Halsted and K. H. Daltcn, by deed re
corded In book 35, page 310, of deeds, re -
cords of Los Angeles county, Cal.
Given under my hand at the city and
county of Los Angelas, State of Caliior
nia, this 26th day of September, A. D.
1378. H. M. MITCHELL,
By James 0. Kays, Pepu'j*. s'.Gtd
South California Pork Market,
Will furnish customers with none but
flrst-cluss Meuls. Hausuges, Head-Cheese.
Pates of all kinds, Haui, Bacon, Poultry,
Kggs, Cheese nnd Butter. Hhop open
from 5a.M. lo H>4 p. m. Meats delivered
to all parts of the city free. 524
Fashion Livery Stable,
Consisting or the following property j
1 Kimball sU-seat carriage, pole and
lead barn;
1 Los six-seat carriage;
1 Uarourhc;
1 Canopy t.»p hack;
'2 closed hacks;
if Lop carriages;
HopuQ Kimball bugyles;
1 open carriage;
7 top buggies;
11 sols single harness;
6 sets double barneys;
4 Nets hack barneys;
1 set new Concord coach harnos--;
1 Concord coacli;
4 buggy poles;
'-'7 flue driving horses, will work both
sides, single or double. ,
aim, Robes, whips, etc.
The above described property will be
sold entire or in part, toault nurch-tser.
For particulars enqulreat
No 2U MAIN ST., opposite Arcadia St.
On the Evening of Sept. 26th,
i>londel IVXeyer.
Have volunteered, making the best
combination for amateurs outride
of Han Francisco.
Iteservcrt seats at Wnngeinau Bros
Muslo htore.
Reserved Meuts 75cts.
S5 S «l>i2o
free. HTiHorr A Co.. Po/tland. Me.
mar ltd
53 and 55 Main St.
lii order to make room for our extensive Fall purchases,
we will hold a
Beginning on the 27th instant, and will offer some very
The public are cordially invited to call and convince
themselves that we really sell at prices never heard of
before ami that defy competition.
Choice prints, 16 yards for 81*
Lonsdale and White-rock muslins, - U yards for 81
Heavy brown sheetings, one yard wide, 12 yards for SI
Two and 2\ yards wide sheeting, - 25 cts. per yard
All wool red and white flannels, - -25 cts. per yard
Linen napkins, - - - .01 per dozen
Linen towels, - SI per dozen
Corsets, 50 cts. : : : : Sold before at $1.50
A great variety of DRESS GOODS, at \% and 15 cents,
Sold before at 25 cents.
Men's and Boys' White and Colored SHIRTS, at $1.00.
Heavy all-wool BLANKETS, : : : : 03.50
Below the Lowest.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures, and
Eugene Meyer & Co.,
CITY OF PARIS, 53 & 55 Main St.
_—„.-»...,,,_ 831-3*
i LOS ANGELES, Sept. 3d, 1878.
We take pleasure in announcing that our direct shipment
of JAPAN TEAS from our agents at YOKOHAMA
are now on hand, ex-steamship "CHINA." These TEAS
(as per our instructions) have been carefully selected in the
most favorably known Tea Districts of Japan, especially
for our trade. The firing was done under the personal
supervision of our agent, who has been instructed to see
that NO COLORING MATTER was used in the prepa
ration of these Teas. No effort has been spared, and we
feel safe in asserting that these are the Finest Teas ever
offered in this market.
We shall receive shipments monthly, and so ensure a
constant supply of Fresh Teas, which in every instance
will be fully up to the excellence of this lot for PURITY
and FLAVOR. In order to protect consumers we have
adopted the annexed •
which will be found on all our high-grade Teas. Re
ceiving our Teas direct from the producer, our customers
arc saved the profits heretofore made first by the importer
and then by the jobber. We are thus enabled to sell Fine
Teas at prices which have been considered low for an or
dinary article. The public are cordially invited to in
spect this shipment, among which will be found some very
curiously prepared Tea known as the "PIN LEAF," a
Tea which is rarely allowed to leave Japan.
We beg to call the attention of the trade to this invoice,
as liberal inducements will be offered.
Sample Packages Free to Any Address.
48 alaci 30 Spring St.

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